I have also conducted a temperature test by using an infrared thermometer. My understanding is that the temperature of the outlet catalytic converter is supposed to be higher than the inlet temperature. In my case, the inlet temperature is higher than the outlet temperature. Hence, what does that tell us? Would that be a conclusive way of determining that the catalytic converter is faulty or would additional tests need to be carried out?
Also, if the braided part of a flex pipe has deteriorated, but the inside parts are still good and there is no exhaust leak coming from the flex pipe, is it necessary to replace the flex pipe?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 AT 10:22 PM